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  • The main entrance of the University will be closed this weekend (Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 September) between the hours of 8am and 5pm. If you need to be on site during that time, please use the out of hours access door or alternatively the entrance near Marks & Spencer on Effort Street).
  • Come along to a bake sale and tombola in aid of Macmillian cancer charity on Thursday 26 September - 10:30am in the Students' Union (SU) bar
  • The main Freshers Fayre will be from 10:00-4:00 on Monday 23rd September.
  • The Cranmer Terrace entrance of the University will be closed from 6pm on Saturday 17 August until 6am on Monday 19 August.
  • The Cranmer Terrace entrance of the University will be closed from 6pm on Saturday 17 August until 6am on Monday 19 August.
  • Students are advised to be vigilant of a malicious email alleging to offer a reduction on university fees. A number of students at other universities have fallen victim to the scam that falsely claims to offer a discount to those who follow a link in the email. We would like to remind students not to click on links within emails unless you are absolutely sure of the identity of the sender.
  • The Cranmer Terrace entrance of the University will be closed from 7am on Saturday 24 August, and will reopen at 6am on Tuesday 27 August.
  • Students are invited to complete an anonymous survey that considers options for the University's new visual identity including potential new logo designs. You will be able to give open feedback on which designs you feel best represent the University and its new messaging. Should you choose to leave your details, you will also be entered into a prize draw for an Amazon voucher.
  • Due to a necessary systems security upgrade, the Room Booking service will be unavailable on Tuesday 26 and Wednesday 27 March 2019
  • St George’s Surgical Society have organised an event entitled Women in Surgery: Breaking Barriers. It will take place on Saturday 9 February from 9am to 1pm in the Michael Heron Lecture Theatre.
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